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Nearing its two-year anniversary mark, Ahmad Hall & Friends recently received the Steeple Awards’ New Artist of the Year title. Based in Bartow County, the gospel group is comprised of Adairsville resident Ahmad Hall and his friends — … more
Bartow County will have two representatives in the State Elementary Science Olympiad Tournament at Kennesaw State University in May. “I am very proud that our students won the region tournament,” said Hamilton Crossing Principal Lynn … more
A former Adairsville High School student turned himself in to the Bartow County Jail Wednesday morning after being charged with six counts of eavesdropping and one count of sexual exploitation of a child for allegedly using his iPhone to record … more
UPS driver Robert Duncan of Kingston recently was inducted into the company’s prestigious Circle of Honor for achieving 25 years of accident-free driving. He, along with 45 other elite drivers from Georgia, are among 1,613 newly inducted … more
A group of students from Excel Christian Academy experienced the trip of a lifetime last month. Seventeen students from Carrie Peterson’s Spanish class and eight adults traveled to Spain for a 10-day trip to visit the cities of Madrid, Toledo, … more
At 6 p.m. today, The Church of the Ascension will conduct The Stations Of The Cross, Followed By Sam Jones Memorial United Methodist Church And St. Francis Of Assisi Holding Outdoor Presentations On Friday. “It’s a long tradition in the … more
On Sunday March 20, Cartersville Police officers were dispatched to the Bartow Motel to investigate a report of a robbery. Upon arrival officers met with the victim who said she arrived at her room at about 1:30 a.m. after picking up her daughter … more
The Bartow County School System is set to buy three special-needs buses in the near future. At Monday night’s regular meeting, the school board approved 5-0 purchasing three buses from Rush Truck Center for $96,808.05 each. The total cost of … more
After two weeks of substantial renovations, the Etowah Valley Humane Society’s operations will be back in full swing this week. Still putting the finishing touches on the facility, the Cartersville nonprofit is expected to reopen its doors to … more
For years, Al Richards has asked for two things for his birthday and Christmas. more
For a pair of Cartersville Medical Center physicians, providing emergency treatment to fellow airplane passengers was an unexpected yet memorable experience. In separate instances, Dr. Carlo Oller — medical director for CMC’s ER — responded … more
Georgia Highlands College will be hosting an open house for Go Back. Move Ahead. at the Cartersville campus Tuesday, April 22, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the student center, room 120A&B. GBMA is a campaign that encourages non-traditional/adult … more
The man killed in a Thursday crash has been identified. A Honda Civic driven by Cody Blake Knight, 19, of Cedartown was on Old Alabama Road near State Route 113, according to the Georgia State Patrol. Knight failed to yield at the intersection, … more
Originally scheduled to close Sunday, the Booth Western Art Museum’s “Ansel Adams: Before & After” temporary exhibit recently was granted an extended stay through April 3. “We have had an overwhelming response,” said Tom Shinall, … more
Bartow County has produced some smart little mathematicians. Students from Clear Creek, Adairsville and Cloverleaf elementary schools came out on top at the Eighth Annual Bartow County Math Fest March 11 at the Bartow College and Career Academy in … more
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